brooklyn italian bread recipedecember 10, 2020 6:23 am Leave your thoughts
I do use Tipo 00 for my Italian Cream Cake as well. The kids loved smelling the yeast as it bloomed and kneading and punching down the dough! Next…second rising-form your loaf after the 1st rise, put it on your pan, THEN cover & allow to rise a second time-makes for a more “risen” loaf! Thanks so much!!! Thanks. Thanks Carrie, I will try that…Should I be baking directly on the stone or in a bread pan? I have made it twice, perfection. Now finish your dough mix. This recipe is fantastic . I know this is an old post, but if you’re reading, a couple of questions as I’m hoping I have finally found the Holy Grail of crusty, rustic Italian bread! By Diana Colapietro. A lot of bread recipes suggest using bottled water for baking because mineral or saline content would affect the flavor of the dough though not necessarily the proofing. I have a “side blowout” and i cant figure out why. I am so impressed with this recipe. Used Bob’s Red Flour and it turned out fantastic. I used to bake years ago and am just now getting back int9 it. It was perfect for a novice like me! Hi April, Thanks for trying it out! We live SW of Denver in the mountains between Conifer and Bailey and are at 9,000 ft. altitude. Another thing you could try is baking it at a lower temperature, I would try 10 degrees less. Thanks for writing and letting me know – I am hoping to share more recipes in 2017! Not one fancy gadget or ingredient required. I tried experimenting with a sourdough starter myself but did not have much luck. Can I make this in a round loaf and not oblong. No need to apologize, you are the one doing me a favor. When you print the recipe, the oven temp isn’t included. Hi Stephanie, I actually have a dough that works better with chocolate, it’s going to be in a collection of bread stories that I will be publishing soon! Did it rise for you? Once I shape it I cut the slits and bake it. Then half in each pan, cover lightly with a flour cloth set in oven and wait for the second rise. Hi Karen, Bake time is about 30 minutes but keep an eye on it as every oven is different. Hi Rifka! This is a wonderful recipe. I also used herbs de provence to give it a nice rustic flavor. I preheated the oven to 150, turned it off, and put the bowl of dough in the oven (with the towel still on) for 30 minutes. So-so results. So the second time around, I actually combined the yeast in only a 1/4 c. water with one tsp sugar to activate it, and then added the remaining water and sugar after the 5 min right before I mixed it with the flour. I hope this wasn’t a ” one off” for me. I have a question I didn’t see listed above…after I let the bread rise and before I shape it into a loaf, do I fold it to get the air out (like I did after the 1st rise) or try to leave it risen as much as possible? I just made this and my family LOVES it!! I know that coconut flour absorbs much more liquid than regular flour. I haven’t tried it without it but maybe you can cut down on the amount of sugar and see what happens. Have you made this recipe into hard rolls and if so do you have Any suggestions? Practice helps to turn out a consistent loaf of bread. I am a fantastic home cook, but NOT a baker. So glad you both enjoyed the bread. Thank you again! Serves 4. You want the yeast to float on the water with minimal stirring and after about 10 minutes there should be a slightly rounded, irregularly bubbled froth (resembling sea form) on the top. I used Italian flour and it came out great, I did let it rise twice. This is the one for me. We loved this recipe. I just wanted to add something that I didn’t in my other comment. I would greatly appreciate it. :) I am relatively new to bread baking and I am glad I did not give up when my dough wasn’t looking the way you described in the recipe. This is now going to be my go to recipe!!! Both raved all weekend about how great the bread was, soft on the inside, crunchy on the outside…it was awesome. Put some Italian seasoning and Parmasian in it. I came across yours on Pinterest this afternoon. It’s one of my favorites. Carrie- THANK YOU! I know! Hi Karen, I would shorten the baking time and keep an eye on them and make notes for future batches. We will for sure be making it again! I added some chopped herbs to the top with parmesan cheese prior to baking – extra yummy! Your Welcome Brian! Will be making this again. I allowed the dough to rise twice for 45 minutes, each time. Best, Carrie. Like step 2 and 4. (Of course, we had to try it. Another tip, your bread makes it to the oven, when you are checking for it being done, do not slam the door of the oven, could cause it to collapse. Jim. Had one request though. My friends ask for the recipe and I send them to your blog. Thanks for your suggestions! Also when I am forming the ball I am doing that between my 2 hands. I will be trying this recipe again very soon! No way to salvage the mess it made. No fancy bread machine, no electric mixer. Oil the parchment paper next time and handle the dough very gently. In the morning I baked it for almost an hour at close to 375’f, and it didn’t darken up hardly at all. I am going to make some french toast in the morning with the left overs and see how it turns out! As for making bread without wheat flour you need to add a gluten substitute, such as guar gum or xanthan gum for example. What will that do to the baking time? It was easy and relatively quick (except for all of the sitting around rising, of course!) My first bite was a taste of Italian heaven! I live in a dry climate (southern az) and used just short of the full two cups of water. After you are done with all the rising, you will take the dough and put it on the parchment paper that is on a baking tray. I just made the bread with two risings, then patted it down and rolled it out onto the baking tray. I have read that only instant/rapid rise yeast will activate when added to dry ingredients like technique 2? Check back in 10 minutes to make sure it has bubbled and foamed up. I think I may have used a little to less yeast (was running low, might have been a bit closer to two teaspoons. I also let it rise twice and a little bit before I put it in the oven while on the parchment paper. Thank you for the wonderful recipe. Oh boy this was just the bread I was looking for!!!! Hi Carrie! Thank you so much for the recipe. Thank you so much for sharing!! You could bake certain breads every day. Did it proof? Hi Nicole, Not sure why it would have a strong flavor. If I come across anymore recipes with Tipo 00 I will let you know. For some reason I believed I would need all sorts of tools, machines, and special ingredients like “malt” to make it happen but then Flavia (my cousin in Tuscany) shared her basic bread recipe with me. So far I love how well it rises. I don’t have pictures to share at the moment but next time I will grab a few to post. I think you will agree that it is amazingly close to the lard bread from your youth. Your site was the only one that has a bread recipe using this amazing flour. Should I use an egg wash instead? Your recipe is the first loaf I made. For about 30 mins I was in shock and did not know what to do. Spraying the loaf with water a couple of times while baking gives it a nice hard crust. Misting your oven with water can also help. Hi ★☆ Hi William, Frothy meaning foamy and creamy. I’m a South Wales, UK lady living in Southern Italy…. I will definitely make this again. If it’s really dry then I would mist it. This was my first attempt at breadmaking. 3 cups (16 1/2 ounces) bread flour. http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh30/flameforever/ItalianBread-1.jpg. What did I do wrong? Thx. Thanks for the heads up. Yum. Mazzola Bakery 192 Union Street, Brooklyn, NY (718) 643-1719 Mazzola ships lard bread and other Italian treats nationwide. Sooooo good! Seems like I wasted yeast and am still left with a 1/4 of mixture. I tried the 1st technique the bread came out still dense not as much as before but still dense not airy or fluffy helps please. There are 2 techniques that I will call out below that deal with where you add the sugar. Hi, This is something that all cooks working with active dry yeast should be aware of. Hi Tay, Sure you can make this in a round loaf as well. I am always looking for new recipes, and this is a great one! Hi Carrie, Needless to say the loaf is gone! Bake. Note: You may not need all of the water. Excellent product. Thanks Jennie for your feedback, I am so glad you tried it. Smart. Just wondering why the inside of the bread is really dense. I just made my first ever no mixer pretzels and now want to move on to my first loaf of bread. Easy production. I was able to make it perfect ( at least i think it was perfect) the first time. Thank you for this staple in our home. Just made this recipe. See image below in my post. Hi Eileen, I am so glad that you like this recipe and that you are finding some joy in bread making! When you mix your yeast in warm water (100-105 degrees) it will become creamy when dissolved. I bake bread 2 -3 times a week because of how ridiculously simple this recipe is. I am not sure when I can separate the dough into two and if I need to cook in a bread pan on top of my pizza stone or if I can bake directly on it….I live in AZ, so it is very dry here, but I do get a good rise both times. Now we want to use the Caputo Tippo for your Tuscan bread recipe and bake in oven. It’s not necessarily kneading per say. I came across your website when searching for Italian bread recipes. Next time Ill try to shape it like pain d’ epi to make it fancier :), 1 question though, can I substitute honey instead of sugar? Waiting to put this in the oven now. I see pizza dough recipes, but nothing else. Yield. Tried again and the second time I increased the water content 3/4 cup. I was wondering if you ever made it using a poolish or biga. Thank you. Easiest and best bread EVER! Note: If it didn’t then you need to try another packet / jar of yeast. I made this today and the loaf came out really well – I used King Arthur Bread Flour and Red Quick Rise Yeast. Wish me Luck :D, It actually did here is a pic http://pinterest.com/pin/123215739777557844/. If there is any left!!! Great recipe! It really is a good staple. Yeast (a live culture) needs to be fed and yeast eats sugar. Delicious bread! Turned out terrific! I sprinkle cornmeal on my baking stone and a little coarse salt on top of the olive oil. Looking forward to my warm Rustic Bread … yummy!! This has become my go-to recipe! Before the second rise, I brushed the dough with olive oil, Italian herbs and kosher salt then fashioned it into a loaf by foldinding in the sides and turning. Can’t get any easier.. thank you for sharing your family recepe.. We made a morning of it! I am so happy that you found this recipe and the family loves it too! Out of necessity I had to learn how to prepare these foods myself. I make the three slits at the top and do it step by step but the sides on both sides of my bread have a little bit of a blow out … any suggestions or tips would be great. It is easy fast and best of all, delicious! I am a teenager who likes to bake, and I have never made bread “from scratch” before (not using a bread machine). Thank you for a simplier way to make a good bread..Do you ever add more options to this loaf? If you add the sugar directly to the tepid water it gives the instant yeast nutrients for activation (method 2) but if the water is too hot the yeast dies (it produces a sour funky odor when this happens). By 35 I still had not accomplished bread that wasn’t hard or overly dense or that rose properly. I am relatively new to bread making but I have learned from experience to slash the top before the second rise. Neither one raised very much even after the second rise period. Thank you for this perfect rustic bread recipe. It’s rising now for the second time. I’m thinking of using this as pizza dough soon. You want the dough to be elastic but not overly wet. This bread does not last long in my house. :-). A loaf pan? Works great for pizza crust, focaccia or loaves. Bread was good, but not crusty at all. If not make sure to do that. The dough did rise though, albeit slightly slower. I give it a good stir then wrap a teatowel around it and give it a cwtsh for 10 minutes. I love salt so I rubbed sea salt all over the top and made one heck of a sandwich minutes after it came out of the oven. Italian Bread Recipe For Bread Machine One of the main reasons why I got a bread machine was because I found myself stopping at the local general store twice a week to pick up a Italian loaf. At first I was scared because the yeast didn’t get really froth/thick but in the end it all worked out perfectly. Also had to add loads more bread flour to soak up the Luke warm water to make a firm dough. One of the main things I love about cooking/baking is the experimenting and learning! I started off with making two loaves this morning and it’s mid afternoon and I have to make more because my family devoured them! Didn’t really think I could do it this fast, but with a warm oven and pan of hot water I can get a good rise in 30-40 min. Since I am in Houston, Texas this takes me about 45 minutes. I have been making bread for thirty years. I made this and “baked” it on the grill. Any tips on how to work with oatmeal flour? I grew up with Italian bread that my mother bought weekly, from a Brooklyn man, who baked the bread in a hot outdoor, wood burning oven. :). Prep. This turns out a flatter bread. The picture looks perfect! Hi! Total. It is excellent!!!!! Bake 30 minutes, until you hear a hollow sound when you tap the bottom. I’ve had great success with wheat flour (1 cup wheat with 2 white) and mixing in garlic and herbs. I will definitely use this recipe many more times and play around with flavored and rising methods. Hello all! Hi Cyndi – Yes, less water if you are in Houston, we are so humid here most of the time. So glad it was a hit :). To help with the rise time I usually make it right before I pick up the kids so it rises when I am out getting them. Decided to give it a try using this recipe… and only lettting rise once because I’m impatient. The kids love it when they see it in the oven. The darker bread in the pictures above is the oat based recipe. For me it’s all about timing. Hi Tay, Let’s see if we can troubleshoot it a bit. Hi Carrie, I just made your recipe and it’s really good. New cook alert! Gently deflate the dough, and divide it into three equal pieces; each will weigh about 9 to 9 1/4 ounces. Tay, let me know how technique 1 works once you try it. I deflate it and reform it on the pan. I live in Germany and followed your recipe exactly. The first rise took 45 minutes, then I formed it into two loaves (I doubled the recipe), then I brushed with olive oil, sprinkled with sea salt flakes, and let rise another 30 minutes. Hi Eve! The climate you are in and the day that you decided to bake has so much to do with it. Delicious! Pizza dough was fermented in fridge 3 days, once warmed to room temp and formed, it immediately turned to blackened toast on pizza stone. It all depends on the temperature in the house and the humidity. I’m sure it will taste great. The changes to the recipe: 2cups of semolina flour, 1 cup of APF, 1 tsp yeast, 1 cup of warm water, and 3/4 cups of sourdough starter. Your method is so easy and it turned out just great. As mentioned, the yeast is “alive” or active it gets foamy and bubbly. Just started baking and I’ve been searching for the perfect bread recipe and this is it! A staple of traditional Italian delis, it's surprisingly hard to find a quality recipe for Italian Prosciutto Bread online, also known as Lard Bread. I am a novice at baking bread but a “professional” at eating it and using this recipe (which was only the second time I have baked bread…ever) produced a phenomenal loaf. Bistro Ice Cream Sandwich. My thought is to try it and see what happens! Or, do you know of any sites or books using this flour. I’d love to try the recipe with oat flour, as you indicate it can replace the AP flour. i only did the first rise but it still came out perfect, i actually made another dough the exact same but flattened it and made a beautiful italian flat bread with olive oil sea salt and fresh herbs! I made this loaf at the weekend and it is truly wonderful, thank you. The yeast is good and active and I followed everything exactly, and as I mentioned earlier great taste and texture – but very little rise. Internal temp of 190 F = perfection. ★☆ Save this Brooklyn-style Sicilian semolina bread recipe and more from Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking: Traditional and Modern Recipes to Savor and Share to your own online collection at EatYourBooks.com More yeast? I did a half-recipe though, ie, halving all the amounts and only let it rise once for 30mins. Please let me know asap!! My husband brought the wrong yeast home, it is gluten-free . January 3, 2013 at 1:10 pm Recently I tried to re-create a rustic chocolate bread that I get from a bakery where I grew up. Hi Kyle, Yes this dough can be sticky but it shouldn’t be wet. That’s great to hear Mary, glad it worked out in your climate :). Tried this for the first time yesterday. Call to place an order. I can’t wait to taste it. I found your website this morning and decided to give your recipe a try because I wanted bread for tonight’s dinner but didn’t want to go back to my usual recipe for “quick” bread. ★☆ Yesterday I decided to do one rise at roomtemp and then 2 slow rises in the fridge over 24hrs. If I am doing 2 rises I will shape it after the 2nd rise. Also I tried using a sharp razor blade and it tugged at the dough. So after letting it rise 2x for 24 hours, I baked it, and although the taste was awesome, I wish the consistency was a tad less dense. flour and bread flour–same results. So easy, I thought I must have omitted some steps. 1 Brooklyn Bred Original, Traditional or Ancient Grain Pizza Crust 1 tablespoon olive oil 4 oz. It’s only ever been the 1 cup and maaaaybe a teaspoon more during mixing. Also are you scoring the bread? THANK YOU! Bruschetta Bistro Sticks. I had to add a little flour after I put only 1 1/2 cups of water in the flour mixture because it was surprisingly moist and sticky and left the rest out. Absolutely delicious! I say experiment and see what you like best. One loaf usually lasts me a week. I don’t believe it! Thanks for letting me know :), This is my favourite bread recipe! It’s a hit each and every loaf I make!! Allow the bread to cool slightly before serving, and enjoy. Baked 35 minutes and came out perfect. Please keep me posted! Maddy, Thanks so much for your feedback! Ingredients. I would try that and see if that works for you. I’ve been trying new alternatives with different spices, such as rosemary and olive oil which also worked well. ), did a light egg wash before baking. Thank you! And I am making my second loaf as we speak (type). Hope mine looks and tastes as its supposed to…. I’d say I’m sorry for rambling, but I am just so gosh darn excited about this bread! I’m psyched to try this recipe! Hi, this looks lovely, but I wonder about using salt, as I have read that traditionally, Tuscans didn’t put it in their bread? You just don’t get the same feeling with a warmed loaf of store bought bread. I’m in Australia and the weather is quite warm so it only took 45mins to rise and I used Tipo OO bakers flour. There are just two of us and a full recipe makes way too much. Also if you want to do an Egg Wash that would work TOO. Next, sprinkle with a bit more flour and work it with your hands to make a ball. I am so happy you tried this recipe out and that you love it. I searched and searched for this one until I gave up and recreated my own. You could take what was left per day after the day old time was up and cube them and make croutons. Picture to follow if all goes to plan! Big mistake. I’m making this bread for the 2nd time and cannot wait for it to finish baking! I accidentally put half the amount of sugar and salt in the first but it wasn’t bad. https://www.cookscountry.com/recipes/10560-prosciutto-bread Check back in 10 minutes to make sure it has bubbled and foamed up. Hi Carrie, just wanted to thank you for a great recipe. When I make bread, I do it on a day we use the fireplace and rise it next to that, as we tend to keep inside house temps. If so, how much coconut flour would I use instead? See more ideas about recipes, food, pizza bread. Site by Beneficial Studio. I have tried it several times with just oat flour and have not gotten the best results. I served it warm with a bowl of good olive oil, crushed garlic and fresh crached pepper. I made this recipe today with half wheat flour and it came out awesome! I did let them both rise twice. I’ll definitely be making it again. I used self raising wheat flour and instant yeast. If less than the total 2 cups water is needed, you’re not using the full 2 1/2 tsp of yeast. longer than recommended. The big loaf is gone!thank you for such an easy and tastes treat. Serves 4. I finally decided that if we were to have this wonderful bread from our youth that I would have to create my own recipe which I did and I must tell you that if compares to Caputo's Bakery on Court St or Mazzola Bakery in Carroll Gardens in Bklyn where we always went to get our favorite bread.I am so happy to share it with you now. I’m made it a few times now, always with great results. Thanks Charleen, I am so glad it worked out for you. Mix all your other ingredients to dough, half way through your mixing then add the yeast/sugar/water mix, this way your yeast does not come into direct contact with the salt. I used a different pack of yeast (same box) this attempt and it seemed ‘dead’ in the water. My stove/oven are out of order due to a power surge but my family loves homemade hearty breads. I used method #1 which for me was kind of complicated but the results are definitely worth it! Florida loves this bread. 11 hrs 10 mins. Bistro Breakfast Sandwich. I tried the second method for the yeast, that worked very well. See the image above. For his high scool world history class, my son needed to bring to school a European food that was eaten in about the 1000 – 1200 A.D. period. Shall be trying again this weekend! First bread recipe I have ever attempted. I’m curious to see if this makes a difference when you have time to make it again. Love it, thank you! Baked with a waterbath on the bottom shelf. Did two loaves, one I followed the directions to a Tee, the bread rose nicely and after 35 minutes in the oven, on a pizza stone, came out golden brown. My plan is to do the second rise and after I make the loaf – to let it rise again before I cut the top and bake it. I completed this recipe 3 times in a row. The dough reminded me of another bread recipe I have used for “crusty bread”. Thank you! One of my first recipe goals was to make a Italian Bread … First attempt felt way too dry. Did you let it rise twice? My bread turned out great! The texture turned out great, I think this would make a great pizza dough as well. How did it turn out? Place the dough in a lightly greased bowl, turn to coat, cover, and allow it to rise for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, or until puffy. Thank you for sharing your inherited recipe! Thanks so much for the recipe Im from Costa Rica and I’ll be baking this same afternoon!!! Just make sure the dough is a tad bit moist. Shall I proceed ? I just made this recipe with my 2 1/2 year-old daughter and the 2 1/2 year-old boy I nanny for. LOTs if holes in the middle. What about a rustic bread recipe for high altitude made in my BREAD MAKER. https://www.thespruceeats.com/homemade-prosciutto-bread-recipe-912548 An hour or so later the dough had risen so much it was sticking to my towel. Please can you click some intermediate photos for some steps. The microwave keeps it free from drafts on a cold winter night, like tonight (here in PA). I told my husband that I will make this once a week (since I am vegan with lots of allergies) for him and he is thrilled. Great recipe! Also you might want to give it more time to rise. Let me know how the 2nd try turns out. Thank you again for sharing it, making it possible for anyone to create a delicious loaf! I would like to split it and freeze half. It warms back up really well. Amazing! Shares. I use a combo of OOO flour, continental flour and wholemeal. And I saw someone ask if they could shape it into a loaf after the first rise….if you do that, can you just cut the slits and bake it without touching it at all and leaving it risen? Delicious. This is, hands down, the best bread recipe ever. In AZ. #2 After the 2nd rise, do you not need to gently deflate, knead slightly before forming the loaf to remove air bubbles? 6 … Hi Jennifer, I would use less olive oil to coat the bread. Hi Franca, that’s so funny! Thanks for the recipe! There are so many variations, I’m lost haha. To bake gently set them on the top of the stove till oven reaches temp. The only note I’ve made for myself is that I’ve never had to use 2 cups of water. @Andrea I have used the recipe with oat flour. Hi Carrie, thanks for the suggestion. You just need the ingredients, fork and a bowl. difficult! For the first loaf I stirred in the yeast. I have made this bread quite a bit (my granddaughter calls it Grammy bread) and it is always delicious. I just tried this for the first time. cappicola, diced 1/4 lb. The loaf of bread I served my family was THE BEST BREAD I HAVE EVER MADE! Thank you Carrie, Thanks Tina for letting me know this, you made my day :), Carrie — Great job. Then I had to keep adding flour and KEEP adding flour… Another cup before I could get anything that looked like a ball! I am wondering if I should let it rise again before putting it in the oven? Please follow us as we bring you more lost recip… Thank you very much! Keep your fingers light when working with the dough! Yum again.. Best recepe ever! Thank you so much. @Jules I haven’t but it’s worth a try- go for it. Thanks Lori! Thank you Carrie;for this simple,delicious recipe . Thoughts on getting the seeds to stick? It is rising kinda flat, but I’m going to wait another 20 minutes. Hello Junsen, thanks for sharing your variation with me! Always a hit, much requested from friends and family! It brings lots of happiness, warm fuzzies and joy to our home. Top focaccia with mozarella cheese. Enjoy. Instead of making a smooth elastic ball, I had a shaggy sticky mess! The all white loaf was very good and rose well, though it was still pretty dense – the bubbles were quite small and even all through the bread – should they be larger? Great recipe. Hi Karen, you could try it with all of the needed conversions when baking in high altitude. After you rub it down with olive oil you can sprinkle a bit of sea salt or sesame seeds on top. Used the full amount of flour- had to wait and allow the mixer to do its job (did i mention I’m inpatient? Hi Kat, The water amount all depends on where you are. “When they first started, they only carried Italian bread,” says Messina. I’ve been making lots of bread in my kitchen during the past few months (my favorites are Italian Bread, Dinner Rolls and Ciabatta Bread) but I realized I never shared my most traditional, basic bread recipe. I sometimes just sprinkle the baking pan with cornmeal. When you let the bread rise twice it really makes for a better bread but if you are short on time then don’t worry about it. This rich Italian style bread also known as “prosciutto bread” is enjoyed warm as an antipasto course of a meal. Thank you for the receipy. I’m only used to making cinnamon rolls and the dough I use for those is very dry (not really sticky at all). This could take anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Can I make this Asiago Cheese bread? When I tasted the first slice, I tasted the bread that my mother used to make when I was growing up. Thank you! Best, Carrie. So versatile. I am having some success with adding vital wheat gluten flour and starch powder to my GF flour blends. I just want to make sure I’m doing it right. I left it in my mixing bowl, covered it with a damp towel and put it in a warm oven with the oven turned off. Water if you could place a pan on the face of this bread or... 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